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Started my Half doors today

Discussion in '40- & 55-Series Tech' started by john0089, Jul 22, 2005.

  1. john0089

    john0089

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    I bought a new set of doors, so I decided to chop up my old doors into half doors.
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    taped up the lines
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    all cut up
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    Welding bracing
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    I will post up more pictures as I finish them up!
     
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    they look good, keep up the good work
     
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    I went to virginia today to get some parts, but I managed to get the other side cut and started bracing it.
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    LC_Hamma The Anti-Leafer

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    I have some doors already cut down by the P.O. I'm gonna use. Are you going to install some arm padding. It's too bad the inner shell of the doors has so many offsets on the top. My plan is to have the padding & top cover removeable so I can replace the padding cuz it's bound to get ripped. Looks good so far dude!
     
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    I havent really thought about it, but the padding would be a good idea..... i'll think about it :D
     
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    That looks like quite the project you've got there overall. Keep up the good work man, the rear quarters are looking good too.